Mr Paul Carter: Urology
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Mr Paul Carter

Urology

 

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Overview

Specialises in

  • General
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Urological malignancy

About me

Paul Carter trained in Bristol and London, researching male lower urinary tract problems for his MD and later working at King’s College Hospital in the then newly evolving field of Laparoscopic Urology. Having been appointed as Consultant Urological Surgeon to St Richards Hospital, Chichester in 1994, he has subsequently developed a major interest on Urological Oncology.

Areas of interest

Laparoscopic urology procedures ('keyhole surgery'); Urinary tract urology disorders; Urogenital pain; Kidney (renal) cancer; Prostate disease including BPH/ benign hyperplasia and prostate cancer; Renal disease / failure

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Procedures completed

  • M4510

    Diagnostic endoscopic examination of bladder (flexible cystoscopy) including any biopsy - (5-50)

    (1-5)

  • X3510

    IV sedation administered by operator - (5-50)

    (1-5)

  • M6582

    Transperineal template-guided biopsies of the prostate under image guidance - (5-50)

    (1-5)

  • M4712

    Bladder instillation of pharmacologic agent (including cystoscopy) - (5-50)

  • M6530

    Endoscopic resection of prostate (TUR) (including cystoscopy) - (5-50)

    (1-5)

  • M4210

    Endoscopic resection of lesion of bladder (including cystoscopy) - (1-5)

  • M2680

    Endoscopic removal and insertion of prosthesis into ureter (including cystoscopy) - (1-5)

  • N2710

    Excision of lesion of penis - (1-5)

  • M4230

    Endoscopic destruction of lesion of bladder (including cystoscopy) - (1-5)

  • N3030

    Circumcision - (1-5)

  • N3020

    Division of preputial adhesions - (1-5)

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